Control Background Noise & Privacy with Avaya & Mitel Specialty Handsets
Algo Push-to-Talk (PTT) and Push-to-Mute (PTM) specialty handsets are a high-quality, fully-compatible handset replacement solution for Avaya and Mitel IP telephones, in addition to selected heritage Nortel digital and Meridian Digital Centrex telephones. The ergonomic design soft-touch button of Algo PTT and PTM handsets provide maximum comfort and ease of use.
Built from original manufacturer equipment, Algo PTT and PTM specialty handsets provide a reliable and easy-to-use solution for applications where it is important to prevent background noise and conversations from being heard at the far end of a telephone call (in between speaking).
Push-to-Talk (PTT) Specialty Handsets
PTT handsets permit normal transmission of voice and background sounds to a remote party only when the talk button is pressed. When the button is released (normal mode), the handset microphone is disabled, securely muting the transmission of speech and background sounds while still allowing the remote party to be heard.
Push-to-Mute (PTM) Specialty Handsets
PTM handsets allow for periodic user-controlled muting of transmit speech and background noise during a call. This specialty handset works by disabling the handset microphone when the mute button is pressed and restoring normal operation when the button is released. In doing so, the PTM handset prevents background noise and conversations from being heard at the far end (in between speaking).
PTT & PTM Features
- Ergonomically designed soft-touch button operates with just a light finger press for maximum ease of use.
- Built from original manufacturer equipment for 100% compatibility, quality, reliability and fit to match specifications of the telephone.
- Quick and easy installation – simply replace old handset.
- Quiet with virtually no click switching between talk/mute and normal modes.
- Meets stringent electrostatic discharge (ESD) requirements.
- Conference calls where background noise by group participants can be disruptive to the proceedings.
- Security and military applications where transmission of background sounds and conversations can jeopardize security.
- Financial companies, to prevent transmission of sensitive financial discussions and information.
- Quiet monitoring by a supervisor joined into a call.
- Telephone negotiations, where many confidential side conversations take place while a call is in progress.
- Improves business communications by allowing callers a method to quickly mute intermittent background noises such as coughing, sneezing, or machinery.
- Protects privacy of intermittent side conversations during a phone call.
- Enhances conference calls by preventing transmission of background sounds that could disrupt the proceedings.